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Autodidact of various trades, geek of several.





There are probably two types of coders; the one who took up this craft before he knows it’s a quadzillion dollar industry, and the one after.






Sold as cheap, forced labour for 16056/16056 hours. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny. When governments fear the people, there is liberty.























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Jan
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comment Can we use “use unfriendly” as an adjective?
@FumbleFingers by native speakers do you mean American English or British English?
Jan
20
revised Can we use “use unfriendly” as an adjective?
added 109 characters in body
Jan
20
comment Can we use “use unfriendly” as an adjective?
@Danielδ I don't get it, regardless of style, it's either grammatical or its not right?
Jan
20
comment Can we use “use unfriendly” as an adjective?
So you are saying that Kris is (absolutely) wrong?
Jan
20
accepted Can we use “use unfriendly” as an adjective?
Jan
20
comment Can we use “use unfriendly” as an adjective?
Is a hyphen allowed between use and unfriendly ? : use-unfriendly
Jan
20
comment Can we use “use unfriendly” as an adjective?
@Danielδ sometimes depending on the phrasing of the entire sentence / paragraph, one may sound better than the other, so now I know I can choose which to use because both are grammatical
Jan
20
comment Can we use “use unfriendly” as an adjective?
@Danielδ uh no, i mean "use unfriendly" or "use-unfriendly"
Jan
20
asked Can we use “use unfriendly” as an adjective?
Jan
18
accepted Is “To whom could we direct our questions to?” grammatical?
Jan
18
asked Is “To whom could we direct our questions to?” grammatical?
Jan
7
accepted “No match for X” vs “no match against X”
Jan
6
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
6
asked “No match for X” vs “no match against X”
Jan
6
accepted What does “tell us know what you think” mean?
Jan
6
comment What does “tell us know what you think” mean?
@kojiro Google is fast. Now it's the first!
Jan
5
asked What does “tell us know what you think” mean?
Jan
4
accepted Past tense of “backup”
Jan
4
comment Past tense of “backup”
Sry I'm not understanding your second half of the sentence..
Jan
4
comment Past tense of “backup”
@Incognito Hey thanks for the help =D